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We are happy to announce a prerelease of Qt Creator 2.7. This is intended to give some early impression of improvements and new features of the final release scheduled to ship at the end of March, and also as a way to gather last minute user feedback.
Digia is planning on merging Google Android support into the mainline Qt code-base for Qt 5.1, the next major release of the open-source toolkit due out later this year.
Qt Creator 2.6.2 has just been released. A quick count yields 55 patches on top of 2.6.1, the majority of them of the Mostly Harmless kind, fixing usability and UI issues.
It’s been six weeks since we published the Qt 5.0.0 release and we are now introducing Qt 5.0.1 – the first patch release. Qt 5.0.0 release has been well received and we have seen a great amount of interest towards it.
As most of you already know, today RIM launched the much awaited BB10 platform in a pretty well-covered press event. Congrats friends at RIM (or should I say BlackBerry)! This is also a proud day for the Qt family as we see the power of Qt being used in the BB10 Native SDK, which includes the Qt libraries in its Cascades framework. The standard Qt development framework we all love is also supported by RIM. We are thrilled that RIM chose Qt Quick to enable a fluid and smoothly-transitioning UI on BB10.
At the moment most of the buzz is probably around Qt5, but it is good to remember that Qt4 is still alive. While we are working to increase platform coverage on Qt5, there are still some platforms that are officially supported by Digia only with the Qt4 codebase. One of those platforms is Windows Embedded Compact 7. In this blog post I wanted to share with you a small tip that can bring you big performance benefits on Windows Embedded Compact 7.
Sviluppato dalla Nokia Institute of Technology (INdT), organizzazione no-profit brasiliana, il nuovo progetto Snowshoe punta ad offrire un browser open source basato s Qt5 e WebKit2.
As some of you know, I work for Pelagicore. We do in-vehicle infotainment using open source, Linux and Qt. I’m not in Las Vegas right now, but a whole bunch of colleagues are there, showing of at CES. This year, we’re doing loads of demos together with various partners.
Since the number of QML-based platforms just keeps growing, it might be best to improve the ‘write once, deploy everywhere’ story for QML.
Qt5 is out! One of the new features I’m most excited about is the particle system, which replaces the old and simple labs one (easy porting guide here).
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